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 Learning Disabilities

Learning disabilities are present from an early age and can continue through life These conditions may cause problems with reading writing arithmetic language or even speaking.

Poor handwriting is also a common symptom of learning disabilities Sometimes these issues affect only one subject area (for example a child's ability to read but not write).

Other times the impairment affects many different abilities at once The exact causes of learning disabilities aren't known but they can be hereditary or acquired as a result of issues during brain development In some people they're caused by emotional stress or traumatic events during childhood (for example abuse or neglect).

Learning Disabilities

Learning disabilities are sometimes called "hidden disabilities." They are not visible and often go undetected by teachers friends relatives and even the person who has them.

Without treatment, learning disabilities can interfere with a student's ability to learn in school.

However with proper intervention from parents schools, and healthcare providers children and adults with learning disabilities can get the support they need to succeed in all aspects of life.

The most important styles of learning difficulties are:

Dysgraphia:

Dysgraphia is a learning disability characterized by difficulty with writing It may involve fine motor skills such as holding a writing utensil poor handwriting and letter formation organization (such as putting all the letters in the right spots) spelling and basic reading difficulties.


Dysgraphia

Other associated problems in dysgraphia may include difficulties maintaining or processing information memory deficits and organizational problems Many times students with dysgraphia also have Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

The individual's ability to succeed in school can be significantly hindered if they are not diagnosed properly early on and receive support services.

Dyscalculia:

Dyscalculia is a learning disability that affects a person's ability to understand and use numbers It is a type of Specific Learning Disability (SLD) that impacts mathematics skills.

People with dyscalculia may have difficulty understanding basic concepts such as addition subtraction multiplication and division, they may also have trouble telling time measuring weight or volume, or counting money.

Dyslexia:

Dyslexia is a learning disability that makes it difficult to read and spell Contrary to popular belief dyslexia does not affect intelligence or cognitive ability people with dyslexia have normal (or above-average) intelligence levels.
The disorder is caused by a problem in the brain that affects how information is processed and retained when reading, this causes difficulty recognizing spoken words and letters as well as processing written language.



Dyslexia


And Other Learning Disabilities Education for people with dyslexia and other learning disabilities has traditionally been based on improving their methods of reading spelling and writing by using synthetic phonics.

This form of teaching is said to be successful in only 9 percent of cases leaving most dyslexics to struggle over the years with low self-esteem and poor academic performance.

These children often feel alienated from their classmates and are easily dismissed as lazy or stupid by educators who lack understanding.


Diagnosing learning difficulties

Learning difficulties are diagnosed by detecting the following signs:

  • Lack of enthusiasm for writing and reading.
  • Getting things finished slowly.
  • Having trouble saving the information.
  • Difficulties following directions.
  • Inability to consciousness on tasks.
  • Difficulties with information summary and easy ideas. 
  • Too much or too little interest in detail.
  • Difficulties with conversation and social skills.
  • Chaos and disorganization.

Treatment of Learning Disabilities

There are basics of dealing with learning disabilities:

Special schooling:

Special schooling is vital to help individuals with learning difficulties, it provides them with important techniques and tools to facilitate their learning and behavior.

By assessing each child’s learning difficulties, special needs teachers will help each child.
with their learning developing instructional applications and techniques for the child to achieve better learning in all subjects and open up equal opportunities for a future career.

Schooling can be helped through giving instructions and extending their learning to home where parents and family may be involved with their child’s learning throughout his/her years of education.

Parent support:

Providing support and love for the child by the parents, taking care of his health and mood, and the extent of his self-confidence, and keenness to know all the problems related to learning difficulties in the child, and their impact on the progress of the educational process.








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